Palghar lynching case: SC asks Maha govt to file status report on inquiry

The three victims were travelling in a car to attend a funeral in Surat in Gujarat amid the nationwide lockdown when their vehicle was stopped and they were attacked and killed by a mob

Current Affairs : The Supreme Court on Thursday requested that the Maharashtra government inform it about the status of request and activity taken against the errant police staff for their supposed job in the Palghar lynching occurrence in April.

A seat of Justices Ashok Bhushan and R Subhash Reddy requested that the state government place before it the charge sheet, which has been documented under the watchful eye of the preliminary court concerned, saying it might want to inspect the last report.

Specialist General Tushar Mehta, showing up for the Center, said media reports recommend that charge sheets recorded for the situation includes in excess of 10,000 pages.

He said whether any police officers was associated with the offense or there was any desolation of obligation calling for disciplinary activity must be considered by the court.

The seat posted the issue for hearing following three weeks.

Three individuals were slaughtered in the lynching occurrence.

The three casualties, who hailed from Kandivali in Mumbai, were venturing out in a vehicle to go to a burial service in Surat in Gujarat in the midst of the across the nation lockdown when their vehicle was halted and they were assaulted and slaughtered by a crowd in Gadchinchile town the evening of April 16 within the sight of police.

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